Recent Examples of perjure from the Web
By accusing Comey of having perjured himself, Trump may have given Democratic lawmakers ammo to call on him to deliver his own testimony under oath—
Defense attorney Gary Wainwright has appealed the verdict, arguing that Murray was convicted on the strength of perjured testimony from the robbery victim and ineffective counsel from trial attorney David Belfield.
The judge also wasn't swayed by arguments that the employee perjured herself.
But if Clinton’s investigations weren’t a witch hunt and Trump’s are, that Clinton was found to have perjured himself appears to be the difference.
The Justice Department has concluded the decision was not influenced by the contributors, but is concerned that Babbitt may have perjured himself in Senate testimony about the decision-making process.
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Legal Definition of perjure
: to make a perjurer of (oneself)
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